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yaWP (Yet Another Weather Plasmoid)

   0.4.5  

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yaWP (Yet Another Weather Plasmoid)
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  56906
Submitted:  Nov 29 2008
Updated:  Mar 23 2013

Description:

Yet Another Weather Plasmoid.
There is nothing wrong with the ones that exist, I just wanted something more colorful.

This plasmoid belongs to other people, it would not be where it is without their help. See the README.

Please help with additional themes and translations, thanks.

For the latest unstable version:
svn co https://yawp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/yawp/trunk yawp

INSTALL NOTES
tar -jxf yawp*
cd yawp*
./install.sh




Changelog:

0.4.5 (23 Mar 2013)
* Bugfix: Desktop mode is not reusing applet size from last session.
* Bugfix: yaWP crashes in systemtray with KDE 4.10

0.4.4 (17 Mar 2012)
* New desktop painter has been added. Yawp can be configured to use the traditional or the new one for desktop and/or for popup window.
* Panel painter has been rewritten
* Initialization stuff of yawp has been moved to init method, because yawp crashes on KDE 4.8 due to the usage of not initialized components.
* Usage of KMessageBox has been replaced within DlgAddCity, otherwise yawp crashes on KDE 4.8.5 (some earlier versions might be included as well).
Using KMessageBoxes within KConfigDialog (yawp settings dialog) still works as expected.
* Google ION has been removed, because Google does not support this service any longer.
* Updating and fixing translations
* Bugfix: yaWP did not update weatherdata periodically after hibernation - it is working now

0.4.3 (17 Apr 2012)
* Show current RealFeel temperature under current temperature (thanks to Alain Soucy)
* Non-modale city search dialog
* Implementing public slot configChanged() to behave like a standard plasmoid - yaWP can be configured from external programs (e.g.: javascript)
* changing internal handling of extender (KDE 4.8 only) - when plasmoid will be used in desktop mode extender is not used and will be destroyed, when plasmoid is moved to panel a new extender will be created
* little tweaks to horizontal panel layout, adding more spaces between icons
* Ukrainian translation updated (Thanks to Yuri Chornoivan)

0.4.2 (04 Jan 2012)
* Adapting yaWP to KDE 4.8
* ION AccuWeather is showing closer maps for cities of the United States.
* Workaround crashes in city search dialog in KDE >= 4.7.4
* Frech and Slovak trasnlation updated
* Fixes in Wunderground ION
* Fix double translation for Short day names

0.4.1 (03 Dec 2011)
* Add ability to open forecast in browser (if URL is provided by ION)
* ION wunderground is returning a sorted list of cities (airport stations are listed on top of list,
because in general terms this station type contains more weather information than the personal weather station type).
* ION Wunderground is supporting satellite maps as well
* ION accuweather is not using a config-file for satellite image mapping any longer (feature has been added in version 0.4.0
but I think this was a stupid idea). Satellite images will be hard coded mapped to location in ION.
* Translations updated (CZ, FR)
* Several little bug fixes - including geometry issues

0.4.0 (13 Nov 2011)
* Bugfix: text in animation area jumps up or down at start and at the end of animation
* applets painting methods has been extracted and rewritten, for re-use and hopefully the new painting methods are well structured
* yaWP supports externder items (in panel mode only) - extender item interacts with user like desktop mode.
In panel mode:
When user clicks on the applet (but not on the weather forecast icons) the extender pops up.
The behavior of the applet for clicking on the weather forecast icons can be configured in the config dialog on page "Panel"
option "Use interactive weather icons". When this option is checked the weather icon will toggle between day and night
(in case we have weather information for day and night) otherwise the extender will appear.
* Removes old files from cache directory $HOME/.cache/yawp on a regular base.
* The install script install.sh uses more CPU cores if available. Could be override by -j script option.
* Turkish translation (thanks to Hasan Kiran)
* Czech, Slovak and French translation updated
* Changing unit system in config dialog will force auto-update.
* AccuWeather will use a config file for satellite mapping.

0.3.6 (12 Dec 2010)
* Traverse through all locations periodically (optional)
* Page 'Settings' from config-dialog has been redesigned to gain more space
* Fixing update bug in Wunderground Ion.
* Algorithm that is doing the text layout for the details area has been simplified
* Fix API breakage in 4.5.2/4.6

0.3.5 (8 Oct 2010)
* Fix compilation error on KDE 4.5.2
* Patching ions to work with new weather-data-engine, thanks to Raymond Wooninck
* Fixing legal issues (The source code of the standard ions used as the base)
* Ion is checking state of pressure, instead of just coping the data
* Fix issues with sunrise/sunset
* Prefer millimeters of mecrcury to torr on KDE 4.5
* Fix KDE version check - consistently use KDE_IS_VERSION

0.3.4 (7 Jul 2010)
* Fix torr description.
* Fix problems with some ions when yawp runs under ru locale
* Fix compilation error on PCBSD (thanks vvheritagevv) for patch.
* Update translations cs, fr, sk

0.3.3 (12 Jun 2010)

* Added word-wrap for details-property.
* Added new ion for wunderground weather service
* Showing observation time (the time when weather-service-provider has been updated the weather data) on details page, when specific ion supports this feature.
Ion Google, AccuWeather and Wunderground returning observation time, as well.
* Timestamps for sunrise and sunset will be returned in the new timestamp format (when compiling with kde 4.3 and above - timestamps in the standard ions had been changed)
* Google is returning more information of location to show the right flag. User needs to entered a more specific search text to add a new city.
* Timezone management
* Fix compilation problems with gcc 4.5 (thanks to Kai Wasserbäch)
* Translations updated: fr, pl(Maciej Bulik), sk, de, cs
* Added Ukrainian translation (thanks to Yuri Chornoivan)
* Various bugfixes and small improvements

0.3.2
* Added support for KDE 4.4 (including docking in systray)
* Fix text shadow for light themes
* A new Compact panel layout
* Translations updated: cs, fr, ru
* Some small fixes

0.3.1
* Fixed bug in accuweather engine.

0.3.0
* Totally rewritten - Big thanks to udev.
* Plasma weather engines support - accuweather and google engines included
* Multicity support

Issues of 0.3.x:
* KDE 4.4 is not supported yet !
* Translation files needs update.

0.2.3
* Satellite image in tooltip can be dissabled
* Polish translation added - thanks to Maciej Bulik
* Fixed unit conversion functions to be on sync with accuweather.com - Thanks to Maciej Bulik for report.
* Russian, French and Czech translation updated.
* Licence mess cleaned.

0.2.2
* Fix for the icon sizing issue in KDE 4.2.2 and 4.2.67 - thanks to Daniel Rocher
* Solid support for network - thanks to John Stamp
* Panel tooltip redesign, show much more informations now
* Dialog sizing issue fixed
* Removed obsolete KIO workaround
* Translations updated: French, Slovak, Czech and Russian


0.2.1
* Fixed several panel sizing issues
* Custom colors support
* YaWP should be now usable with light themes (like Aya)

0.2
* Panel support
* Many bugfixes and improvements

0.1.65
* With help. Please see DEVELOPERS in README.

0.0.6
* Many attempts ....




LicenseGPL
Source(yawp-0.4.5.tar.bz2)
Source(yawp_themes_pack-0.2.tar.bz2 (Themes collection))
Source(Oxygen-01 (theme by painkiller101))
Source(7even-01 (theme))
Source(like-Weather-com-01 (theme by chepioq))
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 Yawp for Cent-OS 6.5 (x86_64)?

 
 by Kekke on: Jan 16 2014
 
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Hi,
Is there a version of yawp that will compile on Cent-OS 6.5 (x86_64, KDE 4.3)?


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 New weather providers

 
 by mva on: Feb 17 2014
 
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Hi there! Is it possible to add russian weather provider Gismeteo (and some lesser ones) to the plasmoid? :)


Best regards,
mva

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 Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by mmestre on: Mar 19 2014
 
Score 50%

Hello, I love your plasmoid, it is just what i was looking for!
I've detected a problem, i'm reporting the bug...

The Kde Devs said that you are the one who can fix it.

Distro: Debian Testing (jessie 7.0) KDE 4.11.3

Steps to reproduce it:
- Add the yawp plasmoid in the kde system tray
- Press configure button
- In Locations, click on "Add City" button
- Select "Debian Weather Service"
- Type "Buenos Aires, Argentina" in the City textbox
- Click on "Find" Button
- Appear the following dialog box:
"Error - Plasma Desktop Shell"
"The place 'Buenos Aires, Argentina' is not valid. The weather-service is not able to find this place."
- Click on "OK" button of this dialog, and the plasma desktop crashes

-Sometimes, you need to click on te textbox again and click on "Find" button again to make the desktop crash.

Here is the traceback of the crash, if it is useful:
http://pastebin.com/930RL77G

Here is the bug report in kde:
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=293724


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 Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by udev on: Apr 25 2014
 
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sorry for late response.

Have you updated KDE after installing yawp? In this case you need to update yawp as well, or rebuild & install it from source code.

I have tested your scenario with KDE 4.13 on a fresh kubuntu 1404 and i can not reproduce your bug. Have you checked whether your scenario can be reproduced with one of the standard weather apps (e.g.: weather forecast, lcd weather station) just to ensure this crash is not caused by your selected DebianWeatherIon?

Best regards,
udev


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 Re: Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by mmestre on: Apr 25 2014
 
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The yawp widget was installed, originally, from the debian repository, from the same version I got KDE. After that, I uninstalled the repo version, and installed the last version from here and it worked ok. But it is needed by Debian to update to the latest version, or to get a patch to solve the problem in the version they actually had.
Thank you.


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 Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by pierat on: Jul 15 2014
 
Score 50%

I can confirm the crashing behaviour, although I am using other versions: I'm running Linux Mint Maya, with includes YaWP 0.4.1-1, and KDE 4.13.2, both of which are the current versions in Mint's repository.

For the last few days the widget has been showing a two days forecast only, although I set it to 5 days. Today it even showed only one day. Because I thought the weather service has gone bankrupt or something like that, I tried to change to "wetter.com", but regardless which city name I enter, none is found, even cities like Berlin are unknown. About 2 seconds after the message "location not found" the widget crashes and the makes the desktop crash as well.


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 Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by pierat on: Jul 15 2014
 
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Supplement: I downloaded the version from this page and installed it and it still keeps crashing my desktop, as soon as I try to find any location.

Furthermore, none of the weather services works any more! No matter which service and which city I try, I get the "location not found" massage. Sometimes I also get a message saying that the service could not be connected to. My internet is working, as you can see with this message. ;)


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 Re: Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by mkyral on: Jul 15 2014
 
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Hi pierat.

Your YaWP version is quite old. I just tested YaWP 0.4.5 on KDE 4.13.2. I have no issue with wetter.com (got lots of Berlins around the world). Also unknown location does not crash plasma.

As no weather service is working for you, there should be some issue with plasma libraries - e.g. some dependency is broken.


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 Re: Re: Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by pierat on: Jul 15 2014
 
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> Your YaWP version is quite old.

That's why I tried the version 0.4.5 from this site.

> there should be some issue with plasma libraries - e.g. some dependency is broken

I guess so, but shouldn't the configure process check this before building the binary? That's what configure is there for, isn't it?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yaw

 
 by mkyral on: Jul 15 2014
 
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> I guess so, but shouldn't the configure process check this before building the binary? That's what configure is there for, isn't it?

Configuration and build process does not check dependencies of libraries. So if YaWP is linked to plasma library and the plasma library is linked to the KIO library, then build process check only plasma library and not the KIO library.

Also, there could be a problem with mixing of different versions. What works with old version could not work with newest version.

Could you provide crash report? There should be visible, what is wrong. You probably will need to install debugging symbols for KDE libraries,

Regards,
Marián


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 Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yaw

 
 by pierat on: Jul 15 2014
 
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I think "configure", which generates the make-file, should be checking if all required libs are present, because otherwise building will fail. And I compiled lots of programs where configure did exactly that: it stopped and told me that some libs were missing.

Anyway, there is something odd here: yawp from the repo consists of two files: plasma-dataengines-yawp and plasma-widget-yawp. If I install those two, I get the crashes. I can install my own build (0.4.5), after I installed both of these files. But 0.4.5. tells me, it can't connect to the weather server. What am I missing there?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by

 
 by mkyral on: Jul 15 2014
 
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> I think "configure", which generates the make-file, should be checking if all required libs are present, because otherwise building will fail. And I compiled lots of programs where configure did exactly that: it stopped and told me that some libs were missing.

Yes. But the library could be present, but due to different version or broken dependency, you can still build the program, but it will not work correctly.

> Anyway, there is something odd here: yawp from the repo consists of two files: plasma-dataengines-yawp and plasma-widget-yawp. If I install those two, I get the crashes. I can install my own build (0.4.5), after I installed both of these files. But 0.4.5. tells me, it can't connect to the weather server.

I don't use and know Mint, but this is not wrong. The YaWP itself contains two parts. Data engines and plasmoid itself. These data engines could be used without YaWP - with the standard weather plasmoids delivered with Plasma.

And oposite, you can use YaWP with data engines delivered with Plasma - you will lost accuweather in this case ;-)

When you compile YaWP from source codes, you will install both parts.

> What am I missing there?

I have no Idea :-( As it worked before, I still think, the problem is with update of some library.

What you can do - check the .xsession-errors file in your home folder. Maybe there will be something.

Check the weather plasmoids delivered with KDE. If they does not work as well, the problem is in KDE, not in YaWP.

If it does not help, compile YaWP with debug enabled:

./install.sh -d -f /tmp/yawp.log -l Tracing -u

and look to the /tmp/yawp.log file for issues.

Marián



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 Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by pierat on: Jul 15 2014
 
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I can confirm the crashing behaviour, although I am using other versions: I'm running Linux Mint Maya, with includes YaWP 0.4.1-1, and KDE 4.13.2, both of which are the current versions in Mint's repository.

For the last few days the widget has been showing a two days forecast only, although I set it to 5 days. Today it even showed only one day. Because I thought the weather service has gone bankrupt or something like that, I tried to change to "wetter.com", but regardless which city name I enter, none is found, even cities like Berlin are unknown. About 2 seconds after the message "location not found" the widget crashes and the makes the desktop crash as well.


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 Re: Re: Plasma desktop crash caused by yawp

 
 by pierat on: Jul 15 2014
 
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Sorry for the double posting, it happened when I reloaded the page. :(


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 Plasma 5?

 
 by geoaraujo on: Nov 22 2014
 
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Hello. Will this plasmoid work on Plasma 5? If not, are you planning to port it? Thanks for this great plasmoid.


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